Serbia denies the Račak massacre; Kosovo appeal strongly to the US and the European Union

Serbia denies the Račak massacre; Kosovo appeal strongly to the US and the European Union
 
 Denying the Reçak Massacre by Serbian leaders is a fascist approach that has not changed for 20 years. This is of what the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA) of the Republic of Kosovo said today in a press release, reacting to statements by Serbian President Aleksander Vucic and Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic denying the Racak massacre.

"The Denial of the Raçak Massacre (January 15, 1999) by Serbian leaders, headed by President Aleksandar Vucic and Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic, both of them close associates of the Balkan Butcher - former Serbian President Slobodan Milosevic - It is nothing political or diplomatic, but it is simply a fascist approach of a neighboring state that has not changed even after 20 years."

In the Kosovo war (1997-1999), Serbian police forces killed over 13,000 Albanian civilians, including 1133 children; they have raped about 20,000 women; have buried about 6,000 bodies in mass graves in Serbia (several hundred of them burned in metal smelting furnaces), with a view to erasing the traces of crime; have burned over 120,000 homes, deported about a million citizens and looted everything they could, money, gold and even tractors and cattle of the Albanians.

For the wars in the former Yugoslavia, the International Court of Justice for War Crimes has sentenced Serbia to genocide in Srebrenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina, while dozens of its leaders, political, military, police and paramilitary, have been convicted of war crimes and crimes against humanity they have done in Croatia and Kosovo. The leader of these criminals, known as the Balkan Butcher is Slobodan Milosevic who died in The Hague while being tried for crimes committed in Kosovo and other former Yugoslav federation units.

The MFA has called on the European Union and the US to pressure Serbia to ban racist language.

“The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Kosovo invites relevant institutions of the international community, especially the democratic world - the European Union and the United States of America, to pressure Serbia's institutional leaders to stop racial hate speech and by denying crimes committed by them and also witnessed by the UN war crimes tribunal, because their current language makes it impossible to build good neighborly relations, and thus endangers the peace and security of this part of Europe,” reads the MFA response.
Serbia denies the Račak massacre; Kosovo appeal strongly to the US and the European Union Serbia denies the Račak massacre; Kosovo appeal strongly to the US and the European Union Friday, December 06, 2019 Rating: 5
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